Asia Cup is around the corner and Virat Kohli will be looking to come out of the lean patch and set the stage on fire. Meanwhile let's have a look at Kohli's stroke-wise analysis ahead of all important tournament.

Stroke-wise analysis

There were many surprises from the BBL Draft, especially in the platinum list which had some of the best international players to pick and choose from.
Here is the complete selection.

Surprises of BBL 12 draft


Liam Livingstone: Melbourne Renegades

Liam Livingstone was the first to be picked by Melbourne Renegades. The English all-rounder's six-hitting ability and bowling skills are in high demand.

The Afghan spinner was wanted by Melbourne Stars but the Adelaide Strikers coach Jason Gillespie used the retention pick to bag the spinner. 

Rashid Khan:
Adelaide Strikers 

Trent Boult went to the Melbourne stars in what will be a first appearance for the Kiwi bowler in the Australian T20 cricket tournament.

Trent Boult:
Melbourne Stars

Sam Billings will move from Sydney Thunder to Brisbane Heat. He has a proven record at international level and franchise T20 cricket around the world.

Sam Billings:
Brisbane Heat

Jordan returns the Sixers for a second consecutive season following a five-game stint in last BBL season, joining an attack with Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis and Hayden Kerr.

Chris Jordan:
Sydney Sixers

Joining Sydney Thunder, Willey hasn't signed with teams in the UAE and South Africa and will play the entire 14-game season plus finals.

David Willey:
Sydney Thunder

Pakistan leg-spinner Shadab Khan joins Hobart for BBL|12. He is among the best spinners with 226 wickets and an impressive economy rate of 7.26.

Shadab Khan:
Hobart Hurricanes

The team decided against choosing a player in the draft as they know what they want and will not be swayed by a player with limited availability.

Perth Scorchers surprise

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